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  DGross  |  8

#16 Our eyes match colors... very cool :-) and OT: Creamcheese it great on date and nut bread... snow can cause blisters... did you not wear shoes OP?

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  Zills  |  0

"I've got blisters on my fingers!" had to do it. Freezing cold blistering heat Canadians know best about cold weather. :p my lake is 2 ft thick still.

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  nevergo  |  10

Was it uphill both ways in your bare feet for 10 miles? This sounds like something my grandpa used to always say. Except instead of getting cream cheese he was going to school.

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  Monikabug  |  9

Well, Idk about the OP but when I was 16 and worked for Applebee's they used to send me on runs to the grocery store for Whipped Cream. Cans and cans and cans of the stuff. my guess is the OP is a personal assistant. Anyways, FYL OP that sucks!

By  FYLDeep  |  25

YDI for not making sure that the kitchen is always well stocked. I hope your making him a sammich too in order to make up for all the time he had to spend waiting for his cream cheese.

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  ImaginaryFoe  |  0

Yep. A few questions: 1. Does frostbite cause blisters? If so, I can overlook the blistering snow thing and move on to 2. Was it the same weather you managed to get yourself to work in? 3. Is that part of your job? It sounds awful but if it is what you get paid to do, you have to suck it up. FYL for having a crap job.

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Freezing is not unlike burns: First degree = red skin Second degree = blisters Third degree = dead tissue A lesson I learned the hard way: don't go out all day without something to cover your ears when it's -20C outside or suffer blisters on your ears...

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